Table of contents for The glorious cause : the American Revolution, 1763-1789 / Robert Middlekauff.

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The Glorious Cause
Table of Contents
Editor's Introduction
Prologue: The Sustaining Truths
1. The Obstructed Giant
2. The children of the Twice-Born
3. Beginnings: From the Top Down
4. The Stamp Act Crisis
5. Response
6. Selden's Peny
7. Chance and Charles Townshend
8. Boston Take the Lead
9. The "Bastards of England"
10. Drift
11. Resolution
12. War
13. "Half a War"
14. Independence
15. The War of Posts
16. The War of Maneuver
17. The Revolution Becomes a European War
18. The War in the South
19. The "Fugitive War"
20. Inside the Campaigns
21. Outside the Campaigns
22. Yorktown and Paris
23. The Constitutional Movement
24. The Children of the Twice-Born in the 1780s
25. The Constituional Convention
26. Ratification: An End and a Beginning
Epilogue: The Enduring Truths
Abbreviated Titles
Bibliographical Note
British North America
Boston Area-Bunker Hill
Quebec Theater
Long Island
Manhattan and White Plains
New York to Philadelphia
Trenton and Princeton
Upper New York 
Bemis Heights
Brandywine and Germantown
Monmouth Court House
Southern Campaigns
Siege of Charleston
King's Mountain
Guilford Court House
Hobkirk's Hill
Eutaw Springs
Siege of Yorktown
Illustrations appear between pages 302 and 303

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.
United States -- History -- Confederation, 1783-1789.